Chapel Choir

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Choral Evensong

Wednesday 7th November 2018
5.00pm - 5.45pm

Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, Streatham Campus, Exeter

Welcoming the Rev'd Canon Ian Morter, Priest Vicar of Exeter Cathedral, to lead our service
Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir

Responses: Tomkins
Psalm: 37
Canticles: Second Service – Orlando Gibbons
1st Reading: Isaiah 2:1-11
2nd Reading: Matthew 2:16-end
Anthem: Alleluia, I Heard A Voice – Thomas Weelkes
Hymn: O God, Our Help in Ages Past

The City of Exeter's Remembrance Sunday Service

Sunday 11th November 2018
10.30am - 11.30am

The War Memorial, Northernhay Gardens, Exeter

Led by the St Luke's Chaplain of the University of Exeter, the Rev'd Hannah Alderson
Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir with music played by the Salvation Army Band

A non-Eucharistic service where we remember all those who have died in conflicts.

Service Units will march to the war memorial at 10.30am. The Lord Mayor's procession will arrive at 10.50am, when the first hymn will be sung.

At 11am, a bugler from 6 Battalion The Rifles will play Last Post, a firing party from the Commando Training Center Royal Marines Lympstone will fire a volley, and this will be followed by two minutes' silence.

Hymns

  • Abide With Me
  • O God, Our Help in Ages Past
  • Jerusalem

Pieces to be sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir during the laying of wreaths:

  • They Are At Rest - Edward Elgar
  • In Flanders Fields - Luc Jakobs
  • Ave Verum Corpus - W.A. Mozart

The University of Exeter Chapel Choir sing Luc Jakobs' In Flanders Fields. Directed by Michael Graham.


With Apologies

This service has previously been advertised in various places as:

  • taking place in Southernhay Gardens
  • led by the Rev'd James Mustard
  • starting at 11.00am

These details were not correct. This service is confirmed as taking place in Northernhay Gardens, starting at 10.30am and the period of two minutes' silence will start at 11.00am.

Fauré's Requiem*

Sunday 11th November 2018
7.00pm - 8.00pm

Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, Streatham Campus, Exeter

Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir
Free admission

A special performance of this work, which will include an act of remembrance, for Remembrance Sunday.

* With apologies – in one print publication this event has been advertised as a Bach Cantata; it is confirmed as Fauré's Requiem.

Choral Evensong

Wednesday 14th November 2018
5.00pm - 5.45pm

Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, Streatham Campus, Exeter

Led by the acting Lazenby Chaplain, the Rev'd Hannah Alderson
Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir

Responses: Piccolo
Psalms: 73-74
Canticles: Magnificat and Nunc Dimittis in B Minor – T. Tertius Noble
1st Reading: Isaiah 6
2nd Reading: Matthew 5:21-37
Anthem: Jubilate Deo – William Walton
Hymn: Make Me A Channel of Your Peace

Choral Evensong

Wednesday 21st November 2018
5.00pm - 5.45pm

Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, Streatham Campus, Exeter

Led by the acting Lazenby Chaplain, the Rev'd Hannah Alderson
Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir

Responses: Piccolo
Psalm: 106
Canticles: Chichester Service – William Walton
1st Reading: Isaiah 10:20-32
2nd Reading: Matthew 8:1-13
Anthem: Bring Us, O Lord God – William H. Harris
Hymn: We Cannot Measure How You Heal

This will be the last Choral Evensong in the Mary Harris Chapel until the Lent Term begins after Christmas – dates and times will be published over the Christmas holiday.

Choral Eucharist

Sunday 25th November 2018
7.00pm - 8.00pm

Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, Streatham Campus, Exeter

Led by acting Lazenby Chaplain, the Rev'd Hannah Alderson
Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir

Introit: To be confirmed
Introit Hymn: To be confirmed
Setting: Missa Brevis – Zoltán Kodály
Old Testament Reading: To be confirmed
New Testament Reading: To be confirmed
Gospel Reading: To be confirmed
Gradual Hymn: To be confirmed
Offertory Hymn: To be confirmed
Communion Anthem: The Lord is King – Timothy Parsons
Recessional Hymn: To be confirmed

This will be the last Choral Eucharist service until the Lent Term begins after Christmas – dates and times will be published over the Christmas holiday.

Choral Evensong

Wednesday 28th November 2018
Time to be confirmed

Exeter Cathedral*

Led by the Canon Precentor of Exeter Cathedral, the Rev'd James Mustard
Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir
Organist: Tim Parsons

Responses: Sanders
Psalms: 136-138
Canticles: Jesus College Service – William Mathias
1st Reading: Isaiah 19
2nd Reading: Matthew 10:16-33
Anthem: Jubilate Deo – William Walton
Hymn: Unknown

This service will include the installation of the Rev'd Professor Morwenna Ludlow as Exeter Cathedral's Canon Theologian.

* With apologies – prior to 29th October this service was advertised as taking place in the Mary Harris Chapel, led by the Rev'd Christopher Durrant; it is now confirmed as taking place in Exeter Cathedral.

This will be the last Choral Evensong with the Chapel Choir service until the Lent Term begins after Christmas – dates and times will be published over the Christmas holiday.

St Luke's Carol Service

Wednesday 5th December 2018
6.00pm - 7.00pm

St Luke's Chapel, St Luke's Campus, Exeter

Led by the St Luke's Chaplain, the Rev'd Hannah Alderson
Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir

All are welcome to this beautiful candlelit Carol Service, featuring Christmas readings, favourite Carols and festive choral works.

The service will be followed by free mince pies, mulled wine and merriment!

No Service in the Mary Harris Chapel

Sunday 9th December 2018

With Apologies

In one print publication a Bach Cantata has been advertised as taking place at 7pm today, the second Sunday of December; with our apologies, we confirm that this event is not scheduled to take place.

University Carol Service: Nine Lessons and Carols

Wednesday 12th December 2018
7.00pm - 8.00pm

Mary Harris Memorial Chapel, Streatham Campus, Exeter

Led by the acting Lazenby Chaplain, the Rev'd Hannah Alderson
Sung by the University of Exeter Chapel Choir

All are welcome at this beautiful and traditional candlelit carol service, which will be followed by free mince pies and mulled wine served downstairs in the Old Library.


This page is a work in progress, and further events will be added soon!